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Are Self-Driving Cars Really Safer?

Are Self-Driving Cars Really Safer?

Auto manufacturers and major tech companies have both been working consistently to get self-driving cars on the road as soon as possible. Obviously, profit is a major motivator here, but engineers and distributors are also motivated by the purported safety benefits of self-driving vehicles. Right now, something like 94 percent of car accidents are attributable …

MAGFAST Announces Packaging Update and MAGFAST Time Charging Solution

Developing innovative, game-changing products in an ever-crowded marketplace isn’t easy. It’s why the MAGFAST team worked tirelessly over the holiday break to continue developing, creating the best customer experience possible, and solving a major new challenge almost immediately it became a problem. MAGFAST CEO Seymour Segnit believes that the perception and experience one has with …

LifeWave Joins Forces with memberTEK

LifeWave, a premier company in the health and wellness area, has announced a new partnership with memberTEK, a leader in mobile-based contact management solutions. This innovative collaboration will enhance LifeWave distribution and sales efforts, while creating more streamlined business practices for its extensive team of distributors. Read on for a look at the two companies …

MAGFAST Charger Is Giving Customers What They Want

MAGFAST is a company that has been receiving a lot of buzz lately due to its revolutionary line of device charging products. The massive interest in the company’s unique line of chargers is apparent in the $300,000 goal that it quickly achieved during the first fifteen minutes of its recent crowdfunding campaign. This crowdfunding success …

Jonathan Cornelissen Speaks About Data Education

Jonathan Cornelissen Improves Lives Through Continuing Education

Continuing education is an important aspect of career development. Without it, we can often find ourselves in ruts or going down paths that lead to unsatisfactory professional situations. In contrast, people who continually invest in themselves, from an educational standpoint, often find a wide array of opportunities opening up as they move through life. To get …

Using Auto Delete on Google.

Over time your tastes and travel routes, and even your opinions, all change — maybe not a lot, but even an incremental change means that the data Google has stored on you is no longer current or timely — and that’s one reason you keep getting those dorky pop ups and cookies for things and …

FAA to Start Tracking More Drones.

The Federal Aviation Administration proposed yesterday that all drones used within United States air space should be registered and have a mandatory tracking device installed so they can be tracked by the federal government. Government news releases this past week have emphasized the surging technological advances made in drone manufacturing, making it possible to send …

ToTok Under Scrutiny as Middle East Spyware.

Recent reports from the news media out of New York City, site of the United Nations, indicate that both Google and Apple are removing a foreign messaging app out of their online stores because it has been exposed as a spying tool that funnels information directly to security forces of the UAE (United Arab Emirates.) …

Yet Another Data Breach at Facebook.

If you’re using Facebook nowadays (and who doesn’t?) you may be wondering just how safe your personal data is right now. Sorry to give you the Grinch Report, but the latest news from Facebook is that their latest privacy debacle involves around 267 customers. Security researchers recently discovered a niche in the FB platform where …

China Becomes the World’s First Tech ‘Big Brother.’

There are over a billion residents in China today. It is one of the largest populations on earth, and it is steadily seeing its privacy and anonymity eroded. Recent reports to the American news media by reporters in China suggest that today in that country the authorities are able to track the whereabouts of not …